Again, you need to see your doctor about your serious symptoms--chest pain and abdominal pain need to be checked out.
Nothing on the Kenalog information suggests that it can cause false negative pregnancy tests. The information does say that the symptoms you are having could be signs of a serious reaction to the medication.View Thread
Pregnancy tests are pretty accurate and you haven't had intercourse so I would say no. However, you DO need to see your doctor. Your symptoms could be caused by a variety of things and pregnancy isn't the first thing I would think of with your symptoms.View Thread
Where are you located? In this country I would suggest looking into WIC, which will provide formula for bottle-feeding.
Mothers with HIV can give the virus to their infants during pregnancy, delivery, or breastfeeding . If you're pregnant, get an HIV test. Anti-HIV drugs taken during pregnancy and delivery can greatly reduce the risk of passing the virus to your baby. If you have HIV, feed your infant formula or breast milk from an uninfected woman.
My mosquito bites do the same thing, as do some of my children's bug bites and always have. Antihistamines help in my case as does hydrocortisone cream that you get over the counter.
In any case, the best idea is to prevent bites by avoiding areas heavy in mosquitos, wearing long sleeves, etc. I have found that by shooing them away and not killing them--I don't seem to be the one they go after quite as much.
Our allergies community might be able to help as well. Be sure to take your child to the doctor to confirm it is a mosquito bite and not something else going on.View Thread